Our Time has entered the online dating industry with a unique perspective – they cater to users 50+. They have all of the standard features of many other dating sites (profiles, pictures, searches, etc.), along with an app.
Perhaps the most compelling feature was the one-month signup – this allows someone wanting to stick their toe into the online dating pool an easy way to test it. As mentioned, they have all of the features, you'd expect, but nothing really stands out save for the age group (but that isn't really special, as we'll see in a minute).
The app gets poor reviews. I also somewhat question the age-group marketing. First of all, I found many 40-somethings. Are late 30's close behind? Second, all dating sites allow you to search by age, so I don't see where Our Time's angle is relevant, especially when others have many more users. I also found it odd that the site was one of the harder ones to navigate, which is strange considering they market to an older (and assumedly less tech-savvy) audience.
The best feature is the one month signup for $9.96. There's also a six month option for $34.99 a month. Like all of the other sites, you must sign up to interact.
Our Time is fine if you want to interact only with 40+ folks, and is also worthwhile if you are specifically looking to join a dating site for a month. But otherwise, I don't see any advantage over other sites.